Sentence for false | Use false in a sentence

False example sentence. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use false in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for false.

  • Cry, False! (10)
  • And now you think me false! (10)
  • No false modesty! (8)
  • The false dawn dies. (8)
  • I hate such false friends. (4)
  • And how to prove it false? (22)
  • Were my senses false to me? (10)
  • But I am in a false position. (1)
  • Which of us two has been false? (10)
  • Perhaps I got a false impression. (9)
  • I will not be false any more to her. (10)
  • The stories are false, for the time. (10)
  • Or trust to chance and false friends? (12)
  • She has been false to her Art, false! (10)
  • It must be quite true or utterly false. (10)
  • I will not write it, for it would be false. (10)
  • It would not do to take a single false step. (8)
  • But the false position so cruelly weakens me. (10)
  • All that people told her seemed absurd and false. (12)
  • True or false, it does not affect my love for her. (10)
  • She wept over Alvan for having had so false a friend. (10)
  • Why were my senses false, if my principles were true? (10)
  • You understand, therefore, I have a false complexion. (10)
  • But as he spoke he loathed himself; his voice sounded so false. (8)
  • But she knew there was a kind of false emphasis in her thought. (8)
  • Passions spin the plot: We are betrayed by what is false within. (10)
  • Yet it would be false indeed to regard such a statement as final. (14)
  • The Public then is not to blame for the supply of bad, false fiction. (8)
  • The unhappy fellow was precipitated by the devil of his false position. (10)
  • His quickness in retrieving a false position, outwardly, came to his aid. (10)
  • Better to die than to live such false, broken lives, apart from each other. (8)
  • He got out with a blank sensation, as if those memories had played him false. (8)
  • Julia shed tears at his cruelty, called him cruel, wicked, false to his word. (10)
  • It was not fair to her to put himself in such a false position; in fact, not decent. (8)
  • If it were false, it could be refuted; we could despise it as a trick of journalism. (10)
  • You go wrong: I hear you: and dese claps of zese noodels send you into squeaks and shrills, and false! (10)
  • And I shall have to encounter it, supposing I find Mart Tinman has been playing me false. (10)
  • If she seemed bad and false to him, there was no longer reason to pretend to be otherwise. (8)
  • Artistically, therefore, the scheme was false, and artistically, therefore, it must perish. (9)
  • The question for the police will be whether or not to take notice of this false confession. (8)
  • Since that time I have never allowed a false impression with regard to my position to exist. (10)
  • Will he play us false or will he be true in the operation of this or that principle involved? (9)
  • Papa, if you speak in that melancholy way, you will be giving Isabella a false idea of us all. (4)
  • False ideals and sentimentality fade from his life, and his style takes on directness and vigor. (16)
  • There is a princely view of life which is a true one; but it is a false one if it is the sole one. (10)
  • Between that, and stabbing these false raptures to the heart, there seemed to be nothing she could do. (8)
  • But her conclusion was false; for on the very morning after their arrival at Lambton, these visitors came. (4)
  • At Hyde Park Corner he ran into George Forsyte, very sunburnt from racing, holding a false nose in his hand. (8)
  • It is false to imagine that schemers and workers in the dark are destitute of the saving gift of conscience. (10)
  • In spite of the false scent we had thrown out the day before, there must have been fifty people about the bridge. (2)
  • She half-fashioned the words on her lips that she had dreamed of a false Zion, and was being righteously punished. (22)
  • Colonel Pierson was a gentleman, but a false position and the irritating topic deprived him of proper self-command. (10)
  • George was so vigorous, so alive, and strong-willed; it seemed impossible that life might be going to play him false. (8)
  • We can err very easily in youth; and to find ourselves shooting at a false mark uncontrollably must be a cruel thing. (10)
  • False is that vision, shrieks the devotee; Incredible, we echo; and anew Like a far growling lightning-cloud it leaps. (10)
  • Almost enough is she stood firm as a statue in the winds, and proved that the first page of her was a false introduction. (10)
  • It is quite false or quite mistaken to suppose that our novels have left untouched these most important realities of life. (9)
  • She was very sly, and she might be very false, and it was certainly she who had first proposed their going abroad together. (9)
  • I have entirely misunderstood Lady Susan, and was on the point of leaving the house under a false impression of her conduct. (4)
  • I was obliged to offer up my father as a shield for Ottilia, lest false ideas should tarnish the image of her in their minds. (10)
  • People connected with literature and philosophy are busy all their days in getting rid of second-hand notions and false standards. (2)
  • We brought in true bills for burglary, and false pretences, larceny, and fraud; we brought them in for manslaughter, rape, and arson. (8)
  • And yet it surprises me that you expect it to be effective, that you expect so false and empty an accusation to wound or frighten me. (12)
  • But, talking the matter over with my new friends and future associates, I convinced them that any economy was false economy at the start. (16)
  • Thorpe talked to his horse, and she meditated, by turns, on broken promises and broken arches, phaetons and false hangings, Tilneys and trap-doors. (4)
  • Readers will not rest forever content under the impositions of fake or colored news; of misleading headlines; of false alarums and slovenly writing. (16)
  • The pathos appears false and strained; the humor largely horseplay; the character theatrical; the joviality pumped; the psychology commonplace; the sociology alone funny. (9)

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